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Old 27th December 2013, 01:15 PM   #1
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Default Double Cyburg needle for horizontal placement

My plan is to build two Cyburg needles with Alpair 6p drivers in one enclosure for placement above my garage door. Between the feet of the needles a compartment would be created of around 30*20*10 cm that is large enough to house an amplifier (Amp6) and internet-radio (Freecom MusicPal with remote!). See also the pics with drawings and approximate placement in the garage (floor area = 3.5*8 m = 11*24 ft).
My question to you is whether the LF output would be negatively influenced by the proximity of the ports (with only 38 cm between them). Thanks for your input.

DocLorren
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